Co-Creating Knowledge Online is the second booklet in a series of Internet field guides (formerly “critical guides”) I have developed for community artists and culture makers. It is for those who are interested in better utilising the Internet to connect, share, and make new knowledge. It builds on the premise that people have become increasingly networked as individuals rather than in groups, and that these new ways of connecting enable new modes of peer-to-peer co-creation. It is an attempt to translate my PhD research findings for community arts practitioners, and was inspired by the practices of CuriousWorks.
The booklet is available as a free PDF in beta. If you download it, please leave a comment on this post regarding why the booklet is of interest to you. If you provide feedback about the booklet, I will include your name (and your link of choice) in the list of contributors on the project website. The guide is CC licensed for re-purposing. Enjoy!
P.S. Thanks so much to everyone who fed back during the beta-release of my first booklet, Appropriate Approaches to Online Community (previous post on this blog).